Is 65 a composite number?

Question: Is 65 a composite number?


For 65 to be a composite number, it must be divisible by more than 65 and 1. In other words, 65 must have more than two factors to be a composite number.

Since 65 is divisible by more than 65 and 1, 65 is a composite number.

Thus, the answer to the question "Is 65 a composite number?" is YES.



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